IPL veteran’s fight with Krunal Pandya, withdrawn from major tournament


In the IPL, Mumbai Indians veteran Mumbai all-rounder Krunal Pandya is seen getting caught in a new controversy. According to the news, he and Deepak Hooda have a fight and that is why Deepak Hooda has withdrawn his name from the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Krunal Pandya is the captain of the Baroda team in the Mushtaq Ali Trophy and Deepak Hooda was also part of the team.

According to TV9 Gujarati report, Baroda’s team will play in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy this time without Deepak Hooda. According to CrickTracker, Deepak Hooda has written to the Baroda Cricket Association about the unprofessional behavior of Krunal Pandya. According to the report, Krunal Pandya abused Deepak Hooda and during that time coaches Prabhakar, Munaf Patel and Junior Cricketer were also present. In the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Baroda’s team will begin their campaign against Uttarakhand.

Deepak Hooda’s exit is a big setback for Baroda.
Deepak Hooda is also a star player of IPL apart from Baroda. He could prove to be a tremendous force for Baroda’s team and his absence would certainly result in a major loss to Baroda. Legendary batsman Yusuf Pathan was not selected earlier and now Hooda’s departure could make the team even more difficult.

Talking about Deepak Hooda, he has played for three IPL franchises. He started with the Rajasthan Royals team and then played for Sunrisers Hyderabad and Kings XI Punjab. Hooda had also performed brilliantly for Punjab in the 13th season of IPL and looked in excellent touch.

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